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SilverFox Saturday, October 12th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
More than 5 years2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Geeze where to start, well I guess similar products would be 'cockers. I have owned at one time or another one of every model of stock cocker since the early 90's I have owned evo's kapps, bob long cockers and palmers cockers and shot just about every one to come down the pipe. Though i guess the most similar product to this would be the blazer.
Marker Setup: Ultra nickle F/X Micrococker
J&J edge combo 10"
Chrome ans quickfire frame
Chrome ans pneumatics w/ air chamber
Chrome systemX Web dropforward
Chrome Proline 10 degree asa
Chrome ricochet 2k
Chrome vert asa
Chrome ans genx 2 reg
black front block
black shroud
black sticky grips
black delrin bolt
black detent
smoke pmi elbow
pmi 45/4500 tank with black extreme rage cover
The valve hammer and bolt are custom built
Recommended
Upgrades:
Regulator (i Highly recommend the pmi thor or a dual reg tank if you use HPA because you loose some compactness when you add vert asa and reg)(Yes i am getting either a thor or a mega reg tuffskin tank soon for mine.)
barrel
Grip frame
pneumatics and air chamber screw
valve

IN THAT ORDER
Strengths: * It is very light and compact. There is truely a lot of excess aluminium on most cockers, but not on these.

* I for one like the power feed (it is not really necessary on a cocker but it allows you to stop all ball feeding for extra safety)

* NO BEAVERTAIL! the cocking rod and beaver ad a good 3 inches to the overall size of most autocockers that is just wasted space and can makeit hard to squeeze down into tight spots.

* no cocking rod!! This means that you can break in your reg and just adjust the vvelocity adjuster to tweek your velocity. What a novel conceppt on a standard cocker you have to unscrew the cocking rod , carefully counting the turns adjust the velocity then carefully replace the cocking rod. On a micro you just adjust the velocity

* comes with an "old style" shroud no q-tiping the paint out of your pneumatics and much nicer looking than the FUGLY 2001/2002 plastic ones
Weaknesses: Hard to come by. A bit pricy for what you get (though there is a lot of milling involved)
Conclusion: Once I shot a micro I have never enjoyed using any other cocker. I would rather play with a stock micro than just about any other cocker i can think of. I love them (prolly why i own 4 of em) This is the only cocker i would give a 10 to.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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